City of Lower Burrell, PA
Westmoreland County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the City Council of the City of Lower Burrell as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Pensions — See Ch. 55.
Salaries and compensation — See Ch. 90.
[Adopted 11-8-1993 by Ord. No. 15-1993]

§ 50-1 Union agreement.

In accordance with Act No. 195 of 1970, as amended, the Public Employee Relations Act,[1] Council is enabled to collectively bargain with any recognized union of City employees. The members of the union shall receive a salary or compensation as determined by the contract or agreement entered into annually by the City and a recognized union.
[1]
Editor's Note: See 43 P.S. § 1101.101 et seq.

§ 50-2 Seasonal intern employees.

[Amended 1-11-1999 by Ord. No. 1-1999]
A. 
Seasonal intern employees, primarily students, may be hired by the City to assist the various departments as follows:
(1) 
The employment of a seasonal intern employee shall be from May to October or as may be needed, as determined by the City, in its discretion. No seasonal intern employee may be hired for more than four years.
(2) 
Only those individuals who have a current application on file will be considered for employment opportunities. A current application is defined as one not older than 12 months at the time of hiring.
(3) 
The total number of seasonal intern employees per executive department, as defined in § 1101 of the Third Class City Code, will be determined by the department Council person, based upon his budget, and must be ratified by Council.
B. 
Council shall have the power to hire any employee deemed necessary and appropriate by Council for the operation of the City.
C. 
Council shall have the power to discharge any employee of the City for any reason whatsoever, except to the extent that their discharge is restricted through civil service regulations, collective bargaining agreements or any federal and state requirements relative to the discharge of public employees.

§ 50-3 Power to hire.

Council shall have the power to hire any employee deemed necessary and appropriate by Council for the operation of the City.

§ 50-4 Power to discharge.

Council shall have the power to discharge any employee of the City for any reason whatsoever, except to the extent that their discharge is restricted through civil service regulations, collective bargaining agreements or any federal and state requirements relative to the discharge of public employees.